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B1G Hockey: How Penn State hockey got here

No individual embodies Penn State hockey like Joe Battista. As Associate Athletic Director for Ice Arena and Hockey Development, Battista knows the program inside and out. He played, coached, recruited, built it, even. The “godfather” of the team, he’s been through it all. Legitimizing high-level hockey at Penn State has been a century-long struggle.

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Four B1G programs appear in ESPN's "top two-sport schools"

It is no question that football and basketball rule the world of college athletics. Ohio State is considered a “top-notch” national powerhouse when it comes to college football, and the same can be said about Michigan State when talking about college hoops.

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Next on Forever B1G: Mike Hohensee & Maurice Ager

Friday’s episode of “Forever B1G” profiles Mike Hohensee (Minnesota) and Maurice Ager (Michigan State) in our latest look at two former Big Ten stars who have pursued careers once their playing days ended. Learn more about them both from a portion of the show in this post, and then tune in at 7:30 p.m. ET that night to see the entire program.

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#BTNLive asks: Who is most likely to pull an upset?

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive each days at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts look ahead to Saturday and debate this question: Which Big Ten football team is most likely to pull an upset Saturday? Four possible answers: #IUupset, #MINNupset, #ILLupset, and #NUupset.

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Best of Week 6: All eyes on Evanston

This is the first Saturday that features exclusively Big Ten games, with five on the slate. All eyes will be on Evanston, Ill., where a national TV audience will tune in for the Ohio State at Northwestern game.

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Thursday links: Gophers, Wolverines expect better

Michigan has a big game against Minnesota on Saturday. The Wolverines have had two weeks to prep, two weeks to tweak things and show the world those wins over Akron and UConn weren’t indicative of the type of team this is. One area tweaked: Offensive line. If Michigan had played a game on Wednesday, Brady Hoke says Graham Glasgow would have started at center and Chris Bryant at left guard.

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